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10th National Analyst’s Conference, 27-28 November 2024 - online event

  • We’re delighted to announce details of the tenth in our highly successful series of conferences aimed at supporting and promoting the profession of crime and intelligence analysts. This is our online version. We run one online and one in-person event each year

 

  • Our event aims to bring together the crime and intelligence analysis community from the UK and across the world to debate current best practice, contemporary challenges and opportunities

 

  • It recognises the pivotal role that analysts now play in data-driven investigations and the contribution they now make in today’s increasingly complex investigations

 

  • It features a packed programme of inspirational presentations from practitioners who will showcase their innovative work to their peers and facilitate question and answer sessions at the event of each presentations

 

  • Our event also provides a valuable forum for analysts to come together and network with speakers and fellow delegates

 

  • We have been impressed with the level of engagement and the tremendous energy and dedication of delegates who attend our analysis events

 

  • Previous events have been attended by analysts from police forces, other government and law enforcement agencies as well as the wider public and private sector. All analysts are welcome to attend.

 

  • Event will be held online via Teams

 

  • Certificates of CPD available

 

Some of the presentations to be showcased at this event will include:

  • Analyst-led innovative work that is mapping and disrupting Violence Against Women and Girls in London

 

  • How Police Scotland is using GIS spatial analysis techniques in crime analysis

 

  • Latest developments around ‘Cell Sleep technology’ which can put certain 4G LTE capacity carriers to sleep when the capacity is not needed and its impact on cell site analysis and Call Data Records

 

  • The vital role analysis played in an attempted murder investigation in Devon in which a school boy was found guilty of attacking two students and a teacher with hammers which he claimed he carried out while he was sleepwalking.

 

  • An introduction to cyber and online threats, and the links to Organised Crime Gangs and how analysts are likely to see traces of online offending through analysis of other crime types

 

  • How GeoTime geospatial analysis software provided pivotal to the conviction of a killer in West Yorkshire.

 

PLUS: Peak PowerPoint Powers for Perfect Presentations

This session will take delegates through the process of building a PowerPoint Slide Deck from scratch including: Effectively managing slides and transitions; adding and formatting text and WordArt, dealing with images and graphics; slide animations.  It will also dispel a few PowerPoint myths.

 

Further topics and full list of speakers to be announced shortly.

 

HOW TO BOOK

Cost: £310 + VAT (GBP) per delegate (LEA and Government Agency rate).  £360+ VAT (Industry rate). 

Group bookings: We offer various discounts for group bookings depending on numbers, please contact us for details.

Booking: Please send the delegates name(s), email address(es) and purchase order (made out to The Investigator) to booking@the-investigator.co.uk or telephone +44(0)844 660 8707 for further information. 

Payment can be made by PayPal/debit/credit card (corporate card fees apply + 3%). ​The meeting link will be sent out 7 days before the event.

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